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TIKI TIKI + HORS-D'OEUVRE + MY FINANCIAL CAREER

TIKI TIKI + HORS-D'OEUVRE + MY FINANCIAL CAREER

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July 20, 2024 | 13 H

Cinémathèque québécoise Book

- Tiki Tiki
Legendary studio KK Films has a lot of money riding on renegade filmmaker Dennis McShane, and movie mogul JJ wants news on the production, preferably good. The two movie-industry monkeys face off in JJ’s office, and McShane’s initial pitch puts the anxious executive at ease—a film about love and freedom, he promises, with pirates, clowns, and a talking dog. Better yet, it’ll be the picture ever produced with an all-human cast. What later comes to light is that McShane will shoot his bizarre, highly improvised epic on location, using a multimillion-dollar contraption called the FMM 70, the world’s first all-purpose, rocket-propelled, flying movie machine.

(Canada - 1971 - 71 min - OV English)
Directed by Gerald Potterton

- Hors-d'œuvre

(Canada - 1960 - 7 min - OV English)
Directed by Gerald Potterton, Robert Verrall, Arthur Lipsett, Derek Lamb, Jeff Hale, Kaj Pindal

- My Financial Career

(Canada - 1962 - 6 min - OV English)
Directed by Gerald Potterton